For a client, I am researching the area of Social Technologies â€“ that is, the humane use of innovative technologies in social care, including care of the elderly and infirm â€“ to understand how this domain can be intelligently and effectively supported.
Scientists should focus on evidence, policy-makers should focus on analysis, and everyone steer clear of misanthropy.
The objections of Terence Conran, prompted by James Dyson’s resignation, to trends in the Design Museum’s programme (Guardian, Letters, ‘Concepts of design’ October 5, 2004, in response to ‘Dyson resigns seat at Design Museum’ Jonathan Glancey, Guardian, September 28, 2004) are quite understandable and correct. However, the Design Museum is being pushed in its current direction […]
https://www.zdnet.com/article/analysis-think-tanks-fill-up-on-broadband/ My article ‘Thinktanks fill up on broadband’ has been published on Silicon.com [republished at ZDNet post acquisition]. The piece reviews recent thinktank and other reports on broadband, and concludes that they have a good handle on the issue, though they may be compromised by their lack of intimacy with the IT industry and the […]